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Accommodation in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is a land of immense variety, with wave swept coastal drives, hazy mountains, vast open moorland, loughs and grassy lakes heavy with fish. There are intriguing towns and villages, tucked away or cosmopolitan cities, each with their own history and culture.

Above all, Northern Ireland is a place with heart, where you can stop for a chat !

Just Click on the links below to take you to the region of your choice.


   Belfast  Belfast is a City reborn: where old and new go hand in hand. A booming retail centre with a fine Victorian streetscape, it has an industrial past that is fast becoming it's greatest tourist asset. Above all it has a warmth and hospitality quite unlike anywhere else.


   County Antrim  County Antrim  is one of the traditional counties of Ireland. It is names after the County Town of Antrim. The Glens of Antrim offer isolated rugged landscapes, the Giants Causewayis a unique landscape and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bushmills produces legendary Whiskey, and Portrush is a popular seaside resort with great night life.


   County Londonderry  County Londonderry a county of contrasts with the Sperrin Mountains to the south west, the inland sea of Lough Neagh to the south east, the almost land-locked Lough Foyle to the North West and the magnificent Causeway Coast to the north


   County Tyrone  The largest county in Northern Ireland, you'll find fascinating prehistoric sites, lovely forest parks with herds of deer, and of course the beautiful Sperrin Mountains, which stretch for nearly 65 kilometres. With blanket bogs and heather on the upper reaches and farmland and wooded valleys in the foothills, the Sperrins offer excellent attractions for hill walkers and cyclists


   County Fermanagh The area around Lower Lough Erne boasts a rich combination of natural and historic sights. From pre-Christian times, settlers sought the security offered by the lake's forests and inlets. Exploring Lough Erne by land or by boat is a delightful experience. In summer, ferries serve several islands and cruisers are available to hire. The limestone hills of west Fermanagh contain many interesting cave systems. Explore this delightful county at your leisure, stopping off in one of the many welcoming towns and villages


   County Armagh Gain a bird's eye view of winter wildlife at Lough Neagh, Ireland's largest lake. Nature lovers will enjoy the Gosford Forest park - and for winter scenery at its wildest, a drive around the Ring of Gullion is a must. In the beautiful rural setting of Slieve Gullion, you'll find the Ti Chulainn Cultural Activity Centre, close to Crosmaglen. Nearby Forkhill is home to the 1820s Slieve Gullion Courtyard. It stands in Slieve Gullion Forest Park, where you can take a scenic drive and view a passage grave, cairn and volcanic lake, against the striking backdrop of the South Armagh landscape


   County Down The county town is Downpatrick, but the largest town is Bangor. Newry lies partially in Down and Armagh counties, although east and parts of south Belfast as well as south Lisburn lie within the county also. Down contains both the southernmost point in Northern Ireland (Cranfield Point) and the easternmost point in Ireland (Burr Point). The county borders County Antrim to the north, the Irish Sea to the east and County Armagh to the west


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